Assuming you have sysrq keys enabled, you can hit alt-sysrq-s, wait for the sync to complete, alt-sysrq-u, alt-sysrq-b. This performs a filesystem sync then remounts all filesystems read-only then boots the system. Also if you have a stuck mount point you can always use a lazy umount (umount -l) to remove it from filesystem hierarchy so you don't need to reboot in the first place.
I think they have subtle differences.
Chicken shit seems synonymous with scared. It's usually spelled as two words.
Horse shit and bullshit are often interchangeable and mean nonsense, stupid or untrue. However bullshit is more popular as a word.
Bullshit also is the only *shit phrase I know of with a easy to use 2-letter abbreviation; bs.
You forgot to mention batshit. As in "You must be batshit crazy to think that this chicken shit outfit gives horse shit about your bullshit."
There's a legal difference between an executive order and something that's not an EO like what some media outlets are now calling executive actions. The Supreme Court of the U.S. ruled in Mississippi v. Johnson, 71 U.S. 475 (1866) that EOs help the President execute his duties under the powers granted to him in the U.S. Constitution.
This list of 23 executive actions are just things he intends to do. That's all. He's not even done them yet. Have you actually read them? They're things like nominate a new ATF director. That's within his power. He doesn't even need to pre-declare like this that he's going to do it. He can just do it. The Senate still gets to approve or disapprove of his nomination. It's not granting him any power he doesn't already have.
So, I say again, what specifically is the EXTRAORDINARY POWER that you or SourceFrog believe that President Obama just granted himself?
There have been 0 executive orders made recently. The last executive order President Obama made was Executive Order #13635 on Dec 27th, 2012 and concerned federal employees' pay. Many news organization incorrectly reported that Obama signed 23 executive orders when in fact he did not. They have now changed their wording to say executive actions. At least one reporter, from Salon.com, admitted to incorrectly reporting this.
What executive orders have been made since the economic crisis that grant extraordinary powers? Please be specific.
FAT filesystems are traditionally used on USB flash drives, SD cards and other removable storage to copy files between computers, cameras, printers and other devices which may not be attached to each other on a network. Sneakernet is a term for when you move files via removable storage between computers instead of using a network. For example, if you want to copy several gigabytes of data from one location to another and it would take several hours to complete via the Internet or only take 15 minutes to drive a USB stick to the target location.
What law has Piers Morgan allegedly broken that stipulates deportation as a possible sentence?
The beast at Tanagra.
If I had to guess it would be 1998 but I'm not sure.
It is no longer entirely true that e-mail is not encrypted. Many SMTP servers support encryption using SSL or TLS when communicating with another SMTP server. For example here is an example of an SMTP server receiving an e-mail from one of Google's gmail SMTP servers.
Aug 7 13:33:28 x postfix/smtpd: setting up TLS connection from mail-gh0-f182.google.com[22.214.171.124]
Aug 7 13:33:28 x postfix/smtpd: Anonymous TLS connection established from mail-gh0-f182.google.com[126.96.36.199]: TLSv1 with cipher ECDHE-RSA-RC4-SHA (128/128 bits)
If Apple's app store started banning users with jailbroken phones that would push even more people to Google's Android based phones. Alternatively jailbroken iPhone users could point their phones to alternate IOS app stores which would be sure to pop up should Apple start behaving like you describe.
The Allwinner A10, like the BCM2835, uses closed source proprietary libraries to access 3D features of its GPU. The MALI 400 GPU is being reverse engineered which is why there is a preliminary open source GPU driver.
The Allwinner A10 CPU/GPU are faster but less efficient and use more power than the Raspberry Pi's BCM2835.
The Rhombus Allwinner A10 has no final cost yet unlike the Raspberry Pi. They are hoping to hit a $15 price point if they purchase 100,000 units. The Raspberry Pi is available today at $35 which was achieved with only an initial 10,000 units purchased.
Judging is exactly what he is doing.
The judicial branch has the power to interpret laws written by the legislative branch. The U.S. Patent Act does not specify software as patentable. Since the legislative branch has not amended that act to be more specific, with regard to software, it is up to the judicial branch to interpret. Even the 2010 Bilski v. Kappos rulling by the US Supreme Court left many questions unanswered on what is patentable or not with regard to software.
In case you were unaware, this is what title 35, Section 101 of the United States Code says about what is patentable
35 U.S.C. 101 Inventions patentable.
Whoever invents or discovers any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof, may obtain a patent therefor, subject to the conditions and requirements of this title.
If you are curious about the history of the courts conflicted rulings on what is patentable with regard to software I recommend you check out this link: http://www.bitlaw.com/software-patent/bilski-and-software-patents.html
To my knowledge there is no publicly available datasheet for the MALI 400 GPU which is why there's a group trying to reverse engineer the chip to write an open source driver instead.
Also that thing you're calling an A10 datasheet is more like a summary of capabilities. Have you actually compared the 205 page Broadcomm BCM2835 Peripherals datasheet vs the 72 page Allwinner A10 datasheet? The A10 datasheet contains very little information a programmer could actually use to program that chip. The BCM2835 datasheet actually contains information a programmer can use.
For example let's say you're a programmer who wants to use one of the many GPIO lines the BCM2835 or the A10 have available? The BCM2835 datasheet covers that in pages 89 through 105. It starts by giving you a block diagram to show how they're used. It then documents 41 register addresses used to interact with those GPIO lines. It documents each bit of those registers to tell you how to select the operation of a given GPIO pin (input vs output vs function select). How to setup interrupts with those GPIO lines for detect on rising edge vs falling edge and how to read or write to those GPIO lines. All information a programmer who wants to interact with this BCM2835 chip for GPIO will need to know.
On the other hand look at the A10 datasheet and what it says about GPIO lines. It's covered, if you can call it that, on half of page 67. The A10 datasheet only has a summary of how many GPIO lines an A10 has. Nothing else is listed. No information on how to use the GPIO lines is given at all.
I don't believe it's a Linux distribution because it's intended to be installed on Fedora, RHEL, Debian, Ubuntu, etc.